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The Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company is an inclusive theatre Company solely dedicated to performing the works of William Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan in the York area. The Company produces full staged productions, as well as miscellaneous concerts and semi-staged (concert) performances.
As an amateur company, we welcome members of all ages and abilities, and pride ourselves on being fully inclusive to everyone. We do not hold auditions for chorus members, as we believe anyone who wants to turn up and sing should be able to. Whether you've never sung G&S music before or you're a G&S addict we would love you to come and join us!
Visit our website (www.jorvikgsc.org.uk) or contact us for more information. You can also find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@JorvikGSC).
In 1941, the Romford Civic Defence Dramatic and Operatic Society took to the stage for the first time with a production of G&S’s 'The Mikado'. The main purpose of the society was to bring people together during World War II and boost morale during those difficult years. In 1949 the group changed its name to the Romford & District Operatic and Dramatic Society.
Sadly, the society closed in 1953 – the same year as the opening of Romford War Memorial Social Club where the Brookside Theatre is based.
60 years on and the Romford Operatic and Dramatic Society are back with a vision to bring the best of local talent to the Romford stage and build community spirit.
The home of the society will be the Brookside Theatre in Eastern Road, Romford and the society are looking for new members; anyone interested in either performing or helping on the production side is more than welcome!
For further information please email email@example.com or visit www.romfordoperatic.com.
Dover Tennessee is a small town community theater. Dover is a historical location an important turning point in the civil war. Most of the performances are historically bases, comedy (old south) and musicals (smoke on the mountain). This is a new group and always looking for advise and support. Denise Moore was appointed director in January 2014, She has been actively involved in community theater as an actor, but this is her first attempt at being the director.
Ilminster Entertainments Society (IES) was formed in 1947. The society presents six productions a year plus a very popular Christmas show and Youth production.
In 1987, IES purchased a former fruit warehouse and developed it into The Warehouse Theatre, which is run entirely by volunteers from IES. The Warehouse Theatre is one of the best equipped, professional-standard amateur theatres in the county of Somerset and with productions from IES, as well as from elsewhere, it offers local people high quality theatre and musical entertainment for the enjoyment of all ages. The Warehouse Theatre has a fully licensed bar, coffee lounge, and T-loop system.
Tickets can be purchased from Lanes Garden Shop, Silver Street, Ilminster or by calling the Box Office on 0794 377 9880. Ticket prices are £8.50* Adult, £7.50* Senior, and £7.00* Student/Child. On performance nights, doors open at 6.45pm* and curtains up at 7.30pm* (* unless stated otherwise).
Address: The Warehouse Theatre, Brewery Lane, Ilminster, Somerset TA19 9AD
Theatre Phone: (01460) 57049
Box Office Phone: 0794 377 9880
The Taunton Thespians have been providing live theatre for and by the people of Taunton and surrounding area since 1927. The Thespians' home is The Place in Wilfred Road, Taunton, Somerset, England. Every year the Thespians entertain thousands of people by:
Staging two major main-house productions, for many years at the Brewhouse Theatre, but from November 2009 at the Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre
Participating in drama festivals in other theatres around Somerset
Putting on in-house productions for members
Spending two weeks on the road with a touring production every summer